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Srinivas Krishnamurti

Srinivas Krishnamurti is co-founder and CEO at Zugata, a venture-backed company in stealth mode. He was a senior director on VMware's Horizon Mobile team where he was responsible for defining and driving VMware's product, partnering, and go-to-market strategy for mobile. He has over 15 years of experience in mobile, desktop,
Srinivas Krishnamurti is co-founder and CEO at Zugata, a venture-backed company in stealth mode. He was a senior director on VMware's Horizon Mobile team where he was responsible for defining and driving VMware's product, partnering, and go-to-market strategy for mobile. He has over 15 years of experience in mobile, desktop, consumer, enterprise software, and successfully led VMware into new markets during his tenure at the company. Srinivas played an instrumental role in VMware's entrance in the mobile space, building a global ecosystem of carrier and device partners, and delivering a first-of-its kind mobile virtualization offering to the IT industry. In addition, Srinivas spearheaded the launch of VMware Fusion, bringing VMware's virtualization technology to consumers for the first time. He also led product management for VMware's developer products and oversaw the company's Linux strategy. Before joining VMware, Srinivas ran product management of the software configuration management product line at Rational Software. Srinivas earned his bachelor's degree in computer science and an MBA. He speaks regularly at industry conferences and was a leading voice for VMware around mobile and consumerization of IT.
VMware Horizon Mobile on iOS

There is a lot of news coming from VMware this week at VMworld 2012 in San Francisco, but one announcement I’m most excited to tell you about is that VMware is extending VMware Horizon Mobile to iOS. Steve Herrod will show this technology on-stage today in his keynote at VMworld. This development builds on our […]

Announcing Horizon Mobile Carrier Partners

Greetings from VMworld 2011 Europe in Copenhagen!   The Horizon Mobile is very excited to announce that Verizon Wireless (US) and Telefonica (Europe) are our lead partners to roll out our solution to enterprises.  We had been working with these partners for the last several months and over the next several weeks we will be […]

Announcing VMware Horizon Mobile Manager

We are very excited to announce VMware Horizon Mobile Manager (HMM) at VMworld 2011.  HMM is a product that will allow enterprise IT administrators to create, provision, monitor and manage a corporate phone that will be running on an employee-owned smart phone.  In this blog, I will provide context for this product, highlight some of […]

MVP on LG Revolution

It’s been a while since we posted a demo of our Mobile Virtualization Platform.  Below you will see the latest version of MVP in action on an LG Revolution device.  The Revolution is LG’s first LTE phone on the Verizon Wireless network and is quite a fancy device.     The key features in the […]

Introducing VMware Zimbra for Android – A New Fling from VMware Labs

We are excited to announce the availability of VMware Zimbra for Android (VZA) as a fling.   A fling is a short-term thing, not a serious relationship but a fun one. Likewise, the tools that are offered as a fling from VMware Labs are intended to be played with and explored. None of them are […]

VMware vSphere Client for iPad has left the building…

We are excited to announce that VMware vSphere Client for iPad is available for immediate download from the Apple App Store.  The VMware vSphere Client for iPad is a companion interface to the traditional vSphere client and is optimized for managing your vSphere environment on the go from your iPad.  With this client you can […]

ARoogle: The New Stack For The 21st Century

There are significant changes brewing that will have profound impact on the enterprise IT market for decades to come. As the proliferation of mobile devices and adoption of cloud computing increases, there is a good chance that much of the conventional wisdom will be thrown out as new paradigms and new participants play an increasingly […]